Definitions for "Freeway"
A divided major roadway with full control of access and with no crossings at grade.
In our context (interchange diagrams), a freeway is a road with full access control in the interchange area: the reason an interchange is used instead of an at-grade, signalized intersection. Access is provided only by ramps and merges, with no stopping or turning across opposing traffic. Compare surface street.
A highway with ramp entrances and exits only, all crossroads at a different grade level, and charging no tolls or fees.
Keywords:  fwy, frwy
Freeway is a 1996 thriller film starring Reese Witherspoon, Kiefer Sutherland and Brooke Shields. It was written and directed by Matthew Bright. The original music score is composed by Danny Elfman.
Freeway is a Dutch rock group from Amersfoort, founded by Wim Bos (baseplayer) and Dick Visser (drums) in 1967. Their rock & roll-like style of music is broadly comparable to the Rolling Stones.
Freeway being actively developed as an open-source lightweight replacement for slower car computer front ends. Freeway supports many audio and video file formats and can take advantage of Winamp input, output, and visualization plugins.
Freeway is a video game designed by David Crane for the Atari 2600 video game console. It was published by Activision in 1981.
Freeway (originally Uniqorn) is a WYSIWYG web design application for Mac OS X (older versions also run under Mac OS 9), developed by the English company Softpress Systems. There are two flavours of Freeway; Pro and Express, both currently at version 4. Freeway Express has fewer features and is aimed more at the amateur web designer.
a strip of public land, dedicated to movement, over which the abutting owners have no right of light, air or access
A special-purpose dedicated computer that that attaches to two or more networks and routes packets from one network to the other.